“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Webster

Bay Road Elementary School Marker and building image, Touch for more information
By Yugoboy, April 21, 2013
Bay Road Elementary School Marker and building
1New York (Monroe County), Webster — Bay Road Elementary School
Bay Road Elementary School 1957-1983 Lloyd Vanhoover, Principal Dedicated 2002 — Map (db m65350) HM
2New York (Monroe County), Webster — Bresson House
Bresson House c.1840's-1850's An outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture renovated in 1931, Cyril Tucker, architect — Map (db m113469) HM
3New York (Monroe County), Webster — Early Church - 1845
Early Church - 1845 First Universalist Society 1845 - John Farr - mason contractor 1925 - Johnson Brothers Garage 1962 - automotive supply store — Map (db m113462) HM
4New York (Monroe County), Webster — F.M. Jones House
F.M. Jones House Built c. 1890's Hoffman Hospital 1930-1937 — Map (db m65343) HM
5New York (Monroe County), Webster — First High School
First High School 1876 - Webster Union Free School 1911 - First Webster High School 1926 - Webster Masonic Hall 1989 - 17 apartments — Map (db m113465) HM
6New York (Monroe County), Webster — Fort Site
Here Denonville's French Army landed to invade the Seneca Country; July 12, 1687, 400 men were left to build fort; Battle at Victor July 13, 1687 — Map (db m65349) HM
7New York (Monroe County), Webster — Holt Homestead
Holt Homestead of 1812 pioneer family. Birthplace, Dr. L. Emmett Holt nationally known author, pediatrician, 1855-1924 — Map (db m113461) HM
8New York (Monroe County), Webster — Immanuel Lutheran Church
Dedicated September 13, 1868 as the German Evangelical Lutheran Church Present church built in 1888 — Map (db m65345) HM
9New York (Monroe County), Webster — Irondequoit BayGateway to the Continent — Maritime History —
Where the Lake Turns Aside. This is the meaning of the Native American word from which the name Irondequoit was derived. Native people used the bay for access to the lake. Explorers hoped that it led to China. For early traders and merchants . . . — Map (db m108625) HM
10New York (Monroe County), Webster — Jayne & Mason Bank
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m113468) HM
11New York (Monroe County), Webster — The Dean House 1840
The Dean House 1840 unique example of field stone cobble stone with brick corner quoins — Map (db m113464) HM
12New York (Monroe County), Webster — Webster Baptist Church
Webster Baptist Church Organnized - 1830, built - 1857 memorial windows - 1902 education wing - 1957 tower clock - 1983 national land mark - 1991 — Map (db m113467) HM
13New York (Monroe County), Webster — Webster Grange
Organized 1880 - Grange Hall 1899 An institution of social and agricultural influence in Webster Largest grange in the U.S.A. — Map (db m65344) HM
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